Series Two – Bad Boss

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Read the second series of Speakeasy and Writewell:

Bad Boss

Chapter One – In which Writewell is interrupted by an impatient caller.

Chapter Two – In which Hamburg is compared to Venice and Writewell fills in a         form incorrectly.

Chapter Three – In which Writewell is renamed several times.

Chapter Four – In which Writewell finds out more about the Happlon Group.

Chapter Five – In which Writewell notices she hasn’t been paid.

Chapter Six – An important meeting.

Chapter Seven – Andalusia, by the pool.

Chapter Eight – In which Speakeasy returns and we meet Herr Sakony again.

Chapter Nine – In which we learn that Harald has a healthy appetite, and is not what he seems.

Chapter Ten – In which Harald says that a bad boss is better than no boss at all.

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2 thoughts on “Series Two – Bad Boss

  1. Doris Graf says:

    Hello Helen, I have come across your name and comments via the FB coaching site run by Phil Wade. May I ask where you are based? I am a language trainer and certified translator/interpreter of English/Spanish/German in the Stuttgart/Germany area myself. Glad to hear from you.
    Doris

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  2. helenwaldron says:

    Hi Doris,

    Thanks for getting in touch. I’m based up north in the Hamburg area. Do have a look at my main website http://www.helenwaldron.com for more details.

    Hope you’re enjoying Speakeasy and Writewell.

    All the best,
    Helen

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